Get iPhoto Images
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Create accessible copy of selected iPhoto files on desktop.   Free
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Since iPhoto organizes as it pleases into a mirage of folders, the images it keeps can be hard to get at. This action gives you the option of which images you would like to be more accessible and creates a copy on your desktop. Once the workflow is completed the copied images are left on the desktop ready for you to move to a more up-front place.

This action does not take the iPhoto copy and move it, it creates a copy on your desktop. I came up with the idea when I wanted to upload some images but the iPhoto organized folders were annoying me. Sorry for the lack of a proper installer, it
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later






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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Nov 2005
If you select the photos in the library and then share/export from the menu you get the foto where you want, even on the desktop, therefore this application is useless.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 01 Nov 2005
Yes this is bordering on the ridiculous. I suggest you make it into a widget so we can load up dashboard, click your widget, which will then open iPhoto for you on the main screen.

That would be grrrreat.
[Version 1.1]

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Anonymous commented on 01 Nov 2005
Thank you for the suggestion. Sorry you don't like it. The focus was that you don't have to open iPhoto to get the image.
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Anonymous commented on 01 Nov 2005
The focus was what?

Since iPhoto organizes as it pleases into a mirage of folders, the images it keeps can be hard to get at.
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the copied images are left on the desktop ready for you to move to a more up-front place.

It appears it was more of a programming exercise to achieve something you didn't know you could do because you had never tried it. A bit like the huge perl script I saw which returned a list of all files bigger than a certain size. My version was a single line using ‘find'.

To be an artist, you have to understand your subject.
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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Nov 2005
You do realize you can select photos from iPhoto and drag them to your desktop, right?
[Version 1.1]


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Version Downloads:1,519
Type:Multimedia Design : Author Tools
License:Free
Date:01 Nov 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Since iPhoto organizes as it pleases into a mirage of folders, the images it keeps can be hard to get at. This action gives you the option of which images you would like to be more accessible and creates a copy on your desktop. Once the workflow is completed the copied images are left on the desktop ready for you to move to a more up-front place.

This action does not take the iPhoto copy and move it, it creates a copy on your desktop. I came up with the idea when I wanted to upload some images but the iPhoto organized folders were annoying me. Sorry for the lack of a proper installer, it just wouldnÕt work in my betas.


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